How to apply for the driving theory test in Czech

How to apply for the driving theory test in Czech

The Czech Republic has a very strict driving theory test. If you want to be able to drive in this country, then you must take this test. If you want a driving license that was issued in another EU country for a Czech one, you will need to provide the following documents: 

Valid Proof of identity (such as an ID card or passport), Valid driving license and Proof of residency in the Czech Republic

● Your name

● Contact details (address and phone number)

Once they receive this information from you, they will send back an application form which includes all the necessary details about what documents must be included with each application. Applying for a new driving license costs 1,500 CZK (around USD 60).

Categories of driving licence Czech with categories code

Categories of driving licence in the Czech Republic are:

● Motorcycle (category A1)

● car (category B)

● Truck (category C)

● Bus (category D).

There are 16 Czech driving licence categories, and the validity period varies. Most people will need the B category to drive regular cars and smaller motorcycles.

This common category (B) driving licence, along with categories AM, A1, A2, A, B1, B + E and T, are issued with a validity period of 10 years. They cover driving lighter vehicles or motorcycles, except for the B category (regular cars). Other categories (C to E) are for those who want to drive trucks and buses – these are only valid for 5 years and must be renewed afterwards.

Czech driving licence category 

For category A1, A2, A, AM, B1, B, B + E, T  Validity period is  10 years

For category D1, D1 + E, C, C + E, E, D, D + E, C1, C1 Validity period is  + 5 years

What if I don’t have a driving license in the Czech Republic?

In order to be accepted to a driving school in the Czech Republic, you must meet the following criteria:

It would be best if you were at least 18 years old

Residents in the Czech Republic longer than six months

It would be best if you did not have a current legal ban on driving motor vehicles

Have no medical condition that prevents you from driving

Czech Driving Exams: Theory Test:

In the Czech driving exams, the first part checks what you know in theory. It’s like a quiz with 25 questions where you choose the answers. You can get up to 50 points but need at least 43 to pass. You only get 30 minutes to answer as many questions as you can. If you don’t pass, you can try again, but you must wait 5 business days before your next attempt.

What is the next step after the driving theory test in Czech?

In the Czech Republic, you can take the driving practice exam after passing the written test. You’ll get a form with all the school’s stamps and your exam results if you do well. You’ll need this form to apply for a Czech driving license later on.

If you fail your driving written test on the first attempt, you can try again, but you must wait 5 working days before your next shot. Also, remember that if you pass one part of the driving test (theory or practice) but not the other, and it’s been more than 6 months, you must start the whole course with the driving school.

After completing the theory test of Czech and obtaining your certificate, the next step is to apply for a driving licence at the police department.

After successfully passing all parts of the driving written and practical test, the applicant will receive a certificate, which is to be submitted to your local municipal office together with several other documents:

Completed application form

Valid Proof of identity

Proof of residence (for foreigners)

Original driver’s license (in the case of renewals)

A medical release from a doctor.

Driver’s license applications must be submitted within 6 months of passing the test; there is an administrative fee of CZK 200. Once all the documentation is turned in and the fee is paid, your license should arrive in about 20 days.

If a person has no driver’s licence, they can obtain a provisional driving licence for up to 2 years and can drive with an instructor for that period.

If you have no driver’s licence, you can obtain a provisional driving licence for up to 2 years and can drive with an instructor. You must have a temporary licence to drive with an instructor.

You must pass a driving test before getting your full driver’s licence.